Budget Inn Express on the edge of downtown Bismarck, North Dakota in 2009. The hotel was built in 1961 by Marcus Fleck, as Fleck House Hotel. It dropped the Best Western franchise in 1999 and became Budget Inn Express in 2000.
The Fleck House Hotel was a local hotel that operated at the corner of Thayer Avenue and 2nd Street. It was the city’s first hotel to feature a swimming pool, outdoors (Holiday Inn was first to include an indoor pool, in 1966). The hotel was built in 1961 by Marcus Fleck, who owned it until selling […][Read more about Fleck House Hotel]
Petco Store – Former Rex TV
Building originally housed Dan’s Supervalu. The backside of the store, pictured here, housed Rex...
Laughing Sun Brewing and Fireflour Pizza
5th street in downtown Bismarck. Also featuring Magnolias and ENG Lending.
Saint Mary’s Church
The historic Saint Mary’s Church was completed in 1898. The church houses the oldest...
Located in downtown Bismarck, the towering Radisson Hotel originally opened as the Sheraton Galleria...
Dakota Twin Theater Building (demolished)
Building in foreground was once home to Dakota Theater. More recently, it housed Boneshaker...
La Quinta Inn & Suites
La Quinta Inn & Suites opened in November 2010 on the site formerly occupied...